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At 17, Stella has spent most of her life in the hospital. Born with Cystic Fibrosis, she follows a strict regimen full of boundaries and limitations. Her hyper-discipline is put to the test when she meets Will, a charming yet rebellious patient with the same illness. Despite a growing mutual attraction, they cannot stand closer than 6 feet apart without risking cross-infection. But what happens when physical restrictions get in the way of a blossoming romance?
Jordan Peele, director of Get Out, returns with a new nightmare that probes the current political and cultural state of the United States with Us as the Wilsons, a regular American family, are visited by a ghastly and dangerous version of themselves during their summer vacation. Oscar® nominated documentary Minding the Gap takes a different approach to exploring American social issues, delivering a raw and devastating look at the friendship and hardships shared over a number of years by three men united by their passion for skateboarding.
A family vacation takes a horrific turn when their doppelgangers appear and begin to terrorise them.
Age group16+ years
Leading the DVD releases this week is the directorial debut of actor Paul Dano, sharply depicting a disintegrating marriage in 1960s Montana through the eyes of a fifteen year-old boy caught between his warring mother and father. As emotionally turbulent as the fires which are raging through the Montana countryside, Wildlife is an often bleak, sometimes hopeful, portrait of innocence lost, carried to its bittersweet conclusion by stunning performances from Carey Mulligan and Jake Gyllenhaal.
Also on DVD this week, Newt Scamander returns in this magic-propelled sequel set in the Wizarding World of Harry Potter. We join Newt and a young Albus Dumbledore in 1920s Europe as they set out to find and capture the dark wizard Gellert Grindelwald in order to restore peace to a wizarding society which is becoming more divided by the day. Written by J.K. Rowling herself, one of last years biggest blockbusters introduces us to a whole new cast of extraordinary creatures.
A selection of films which explore teenage life, specifically the transition from adolescence into adulthood.
Suitable forAll ages
No. of films23
A selection of films exploring cultural diversity at home and abroad.
Suitable forAll ages
No. of films28
Teacher and club leader Jenny Torrance talks about how running an Into Film Club can aide freindship-building among young people.
Reading time 5 mins
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